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The Use of Triple Graft for Compromised Alveolar Sockets Associated with Gingival Recession

Description:
The Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration technique has been used for over 7 years, allowing the reconstruction of tissue losses in the same surgical session of dental extraction, implant placement and provisional crown installation, minimizing the treatment time and morbidity of the procedures.  This presentation shows the triple graft protocol and the result of hard and soft tissues stability when the IDR technique is applied. The triple graft contains cortico-cancellous bone and connective tissue in the same piece and it is indicated for cases of total or partial loss of buccal bone wall associated with gingival recession. To make the triple graft viable, some changes must be made to the IDR cortico-cancellous graft protocol, particularly in the way that the graft is harvested from the donor area and is stabilized in the receptor site. 

Date Added:
5/22/2014

Author(s):

José Carlos Martins da Rosa, DDS, MS José Carlos Martins da Rosa, DDS, MS
Dr. José Carlos Martins da Rosa received his DDS degree in 1988 from the Federal University of Santa Maria/RS - Brazil. In 1992 he got a post graduate certificate in Pe...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (3/21/2016 9:46 AM)

Julien; I believe that DoWell Dental Products sells these in the USA. You can access DoWell on the Product page here on dentalxp. good luck Dr. Salama

Julien Morneault - (3/21/2016 9:37 AM)

Very nice presentation! Could you tell me where in the US we can buy the IDR chisel kit? Thank you!

Rene Rebeil - (3/16/2015 8:28 PM)

Magnífico, José Carlos, te vi en el APS en Chicago en febrero 2015 y he leído tu libro cuidadosamente, sorprendente trabajo y excelente presentacion en ambos. Felicidades! Desde México.

Mohammad Khandaqji - (10/23/2014 10:22 PM)

Thank you.

filipe lopes - (6/11/2014 8:49 AM)

Excellent approach. Thank you so much for sharing.

Vicente Rodriguez - (6/11/2014 7:40 AM)

Excellent and beautiful I enjoy every second of it , congrat

Jose Carlos Rosa - (5/20/2014 1:47 PM)

kevin potocsky - First of all we must compact the bone particles over the surface of the implant covering partially the bone defect. After that the triple graft will be modeled according to the shape of the defect and sutured in the flap thus obtaining an excellent primary stability.

Jose Carlos Rosa - (5/20/2014 1:41 PM)

yaarob sara - The greatest advantage of using the triple graft from tuberosity is that we remove a graft in one piece taking advantage the nutritional characteristics of this graft and enhancing the repair process of soft and hard tissue.

kevin potocsky - (5/19/2014 1:55 PM)

how did you get primary stability of the bone part of the graft. were nt you worried about micromovement?

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